In Memoriam: 3 May 2019

In Memoriam: 3 May 2019

by | 02 May 2019

The following is a weekly listing of Nazarene ministers and leaders who recently went home to be with the Lord. Notices were received 29 April-3 May 2019.

Larry Allen, 73, of Henderson, Kentucky, passed away 24 April. He was a retired minister, serving in Oklahoma, Missouri, and Kentucky. He is survived by his wife, Cathy Allen.

E. Louise Brunton, 79, of Olathe, Kansas, passed away 27 April. She was the wife of retired minister Elmer Brunton, who served in Alberta, Nova Scotia, Manitoba, and Missouri.

Jessie Ernest, 102, of Boulder, Colorado, passed away 25 April. She was preceded in death by her husband, retired minister and evangelist Stanford Ernest, who served in Colorado and New York. Stanford Ernest passed away in 2011.

Audry Fulton, 92, of Vicksburg, Michigan, passed away 24 April. She was the wife of retired minister Almon Fulton, who served in Michigan. 

Jack Hawthorne, 92, of Knoxville, Tennessee, passed away 22 April. He was a retired minister and missionary, serving in the Caribbean, California, Florida, North Carolina, Illinois, Idaho, Washington, Wyoming, and Arizona. He was preceded in death by his wife, Laurie Hawthorne, in December. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Fairy Hawthorne, in 2005.

Warren Johnson, 79, of Chugiak, Alaska, passed away 20 April. He was a retired minister, serving in Alaska. He is survived by his wife, Betty Johnson.

Roy Quiett, 80, of Hill City, Kansas, passed away 28 April. He was a retired minister, serving in Colorado, Kansas, and Wyoming. He is survived by his wife, Rolleen Quiett.

For previous editions of In Memoriam, see the "Passings" section by clicking here

Note: Please join us in prayer for the families who have lost loved ones. Click on names for full stories, funeral information, local online obituaries, and/or guest books (if available). To submit an entry of a minister or church leader, send to news@nazarene.org.

--Compiled by NCN News

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